Use Text Features (titles, headings, captions, graphic features)–Assessment


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Nonfiction text contains common features such as titles, headings and subheadings, captions, maps, diagrams, charts and graphs, legends, bold and italicized text, glossaries, indexes, and cutaways.  Readers recognize and use these features to help them understand what they are reading.  Students who have had experience and know the components and functions of text features improve their comprehension of the text.

The following guide will help teachers assess student performance of the strategy.

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